Thursday, March 20, 2008

Little Lamb's little lamb...


Little Lamb had a little lamb. It's fleece was white as snow.


And everywhere that Little Lamb went the lamb was sure to go.


They spent their time together.


Little Lamb would give her little lamb piggy back rides. (or would that be lamb back rides?)


Little Lamb got tired doing things all day while her little lamb still wanted to play. So Little Lamb's little lamb decided to play king of the lamb.

37 comments:

Servidores said...

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Indigo said...

That was just about the cutest thing I've ever seen on a blog. You are so cool, Lambie! :)

Skunkfeathers said...

Cute post, to be sure, but I can't hep but feel that you've given /t. new emphasis for the BBQ, and a baby BBQ to go widdit ;)

The Phosgene Kid said...

tiny lamb on a stick!

carmen racovitza said...

servidor,

i need a servidor dedicado 5 dias gratis !!

foam said...

cute..

Little Lamb said...

Servidores, thank you. hug

Indigo, thank you..

Moosefeathers, you may have a point. Phos picked up on it.

Phos, you will not eat my pet!

Carmen, go for it!

Foam, thank you.

/t. said...

things
are spinning
out of control now

bunnies at pinks, lambs here -- the blogs are being overrun with detestable 'cute and cuddly'

don't make me bring out the tongs

¤ ¤ ¤

/t.

Little Lamb said...

You CANNOT have any of my lambs!

/t. said...

and
huckabee
almost everywhere

/t.

Jack K. said...

Ah, the energy of wild, impetuous youth.

Cute posting.

Little Lamb said...

/t. where else can you see Mike Huckabee?

Jack, thank you.

/t. said...

political blogs

but i can't recall
if it was at crooks-r-us
or politicians and other underworld figures blog...

/t.

Little Lamb said...

HA!

The Phosgene Kid said...

I had a huckabee once, but the doctor was able to remove it.

Little Lamb said...

Oh?

Serena Joy said...

Aw, what sweet little lambs. Makes me want to trade in my Peeps for sheeps.:)

Little Lamb said...

Thank you.

Ruela said...

This post is likeable ;)

Little Lamb said...

And so are you ;)

puerileuwaite said...

Everytime I pay good money to experience what the smaller lamb in these photos does, I end up getting fleeced.

Eternally Curious said...

OMG - how adorable! Grinning from ear to ear, I am! And they ain't even floppy ears, neither!

boneman said...

Oh look. The little lamb is on the lam.
(hopefully didn't try to rob any police stations....)

boneman said...

ok, well, I was digging in the garden when I saw a farmer walking by with a lamb that had a wooden leg.
A LAMB with a wooden leg!
I asked him how that came about and he says, one day while he's plowing the fields (the farmer, not the lamb) that his tractor overturned on him and had him pinned good! Gas was dripping, the engine was still running, it was all a sign of sure disaster. Well, sir, the lamb saw the tractor and ran down the hill to save the farmer, fell several times down the steep hill where the guy lay under the tractor.
The lamb grabbed him by his shirt collar and pulled and pulled and pulled, and finally got him free, got him dragged to a safe distance when the tractor suddenly blew up, knocking the lamb unconcious.
"WOW!" I say, "is that when he got his wooden leg?"
"No," said the farmer, and proceeded to tell me about how one night after everybody was asleep, a fire started in the kitchen downstairs. Well that lamb got a running start and jumped through the front window and made enough ruckus to wake up folks in the next county. They put out the fire before it had done too much damage, and everybody was OK.
"Wow!" again, I was amazed. "Is THAT when he got the wooden leg?"
"Nope."
(Dang it, some farmers are so tight lipped y'gotta peel everything out'a them....like a tight peeling on a tangerine.)
"Well? How DID he get a wooden leg?"
"well, young feller," he drawled back at me, "when you got a lamb THAT good, you don't want to eat him all at once...."

Little Lamb said...

Pug, You can't fleece a lamb.

EC, I'm glad you liked it.

Boneman, Is that lamb running to play hide and seek again?

Boneman, Oh no!

boneman said...

....hey, when you have a lamb THAT good....

Pink said...

LL&ll I think Boneman is trying to insinuate something there! :-o

I'm so haaaaaaaapy!

LL FINALLY used her camera!!!!

Great photos, LL - what a cute story :)
xx
pinks

/t. said...

just curious...

does
little lamb's
little lamb have a little lamb?

i guess that would make you a kind of a grand little lamb, eh?

btw, boneman... have you finished wittling me that new little leg?

just curious

/t.

carmen racovitza said...

Mary had potatoes, wine, salad, and a little lamb.

boneman said...

Yeah, but, according to Carmen, it may be too late.

Little Lamb said...

Boney, When you have a lamb THAT good, you should want to keep him/her around.

Pink, Thanks, I'm glad you liked it.

/t. Not yet. But one never knows what the future holds.

Carmen, I bet.

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

Cute little lambs.

Don’t tell him, but someone who saw the video I shot of Alex eating grass said that he looked like a lamb. (Alex is purr-fectly happy being a cat).

Little Lamb said...

Thank you. How does Alex feel about lambs? Maybe he can be the lamb's watch cat.

Ruela said...

Happy Easter LL



MORE PICS ;)

Little Lamb said...

Thank you, Ruela. I have to learn how to do movies with this camera.

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

I believe that Alex has a positive feeling for lambs—much more positive that he have for wolves and coyotes. He wished all blogging lambies happy Easter on his blog.

Little Lamb said...

I'll have to pay him a visit.